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Grill, smoker, or griddle for camping?

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We woke up one morning to a neighboring campsite cooking hash browns and bacon on their griddle. The most advanced I've gotten is foil packets over a campfire so it got my attention.

I'm curious what you guys like for outdoor cooking when a campfire isn't an option. And how you pack it up so it doesn't make a mess.
 

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We use one of these when going light such as on the rubicon.
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When we have more space
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I used to have the Coleman Road tripper. I liked it because you could have a griddle on one side and a grate on the other or a stove grate for a pot. So it was easy to cook lots of different stuff at one time. But it finally broke after about 8-10 years. Put I do plan on getting another one.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00S57U1QS/?tag=wranglerorg-20


I also just bought this for smoking meals while camping.

https://asmokegrill.com/

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I’ve been eyeing one of these for a while. I currently use basically what App posted. Have both of those actually with various cast iron skillets or flat tops.

Pro tip for breakfast: pre make some breakfast burritos at home and freeze them and wrap in tinfoil. 10 minutes on a grill or an hour on your manifold and you’ve got a warm meal.

https://www.campingworld.com/blacks...8JS5tKEM9QCTmRYRidRoCoXAQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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I’ve been eyeing one of these for a while. I currently use basically what App posted. Have both of those actually with various cast iron skillets or flat tops.

Pro tip for breakfast: pre make some breakfast burritos at home and freeze them and wrap in tinfoil. 10 minutes on a grill or an hour on your manifold and you’ve got a warm meal.

https://www.campingworld.com/blackstone-17-tabletop-griddle-735073.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=ppc&utm_campaign={Campaign}&gclid=CjwKCAjwrZOXBhACEiwA0EoRD9XBJYxCC0tCg3lsRwfLSexnQoAS00HSzl98JS5tKEM9QCTmRYRidRoCoXAQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

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My pro tip is pre crack your eggs into a water bottle or a shaker bottle and keep that in your refrigerator instead of whole eggs or a carton of eggs that leaks when smashed.

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My pro tip is pre crack your eggs into a water bottle or a shaker bottle and keep that in your refrigerator instead of whole eggs or a carton of eggs that leaks when smashed.

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I got one of those yellow hard plastic egg holders, but the water bottle is a good idea! The thought of egg in a water bottle is a little creepy for some reason lol.
 

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I got one of those yellow hard plastic egg holders, but the water bottle is a good idea! The thought of egg in a water bottle is a little creepy for some reason lol.

Water bottles can take some abuse. Blender bottles are good for mixing. Make some omelettes on the trail.
 

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We use to do the eggs in a insulated water bottle for backpacking. You had fresh eggs for the first 2-3 days of the hike.
 

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I’ve been eyeing one of these for a while. I currently use basically what App posted. Have both of those actually with various cast iron skillets or flat tops.

Pro tip for breakfast: pre make some breakfast burritos at home and freeze them and wrap in tinfoil. 10 minutes on a grill or an hour on your manifold and you’ve got a warm meal.

https://www.campingworld.com/blacks...8JS5tKEM9QCTmRYRidRoCoXAQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

I've been using a Blackstone for 2 years. I got the slightly larger size. Beside the normal burger or eggs, I've done tortellini, stir fry , and a few other dishes. YouTube has a lot of recipe ideas.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076MFM8LX/?tag=wranglerorg-20
 
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I have a dual burner Blackstone in the RV. It's a good all around easy way to cook when camping. I will say however, it is very thirsty and goes through a 1 pounder every other meal.
 

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I keep mine in my RV, but ran a hose from the RV's propane tanks.

I need to do something like that, but my RV has a frame mounted non-removeable tank. It's a pain to get it refilled. I probably need to just bring a spare 20lb with an adapter to the Blackstone.
 

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Most of the time I just use the camp fire (hobo packets or bring a grate) or a backpacking stove. If I'm cooking for more I'll bring my Coleman two burner with a 10" pan or two.